Rapper Mo3 feared dead after shooting in Dallas, Texas

Rapper Mo3 is feared to be dead following a fatal shooting today in Dallas, Texas. 

Graphic footage of an injured man being resuscitated on the floor began circulating on social media on Wednesday. 

Dallas Police Department confirmed to Metro.co.uk that one man died from his injuries while a second victim, another male, suffered non-life threatening injuries. 

TMZ and website Urban Islandz have identified Mo3, real name Melvin Noble, as the person who sadly died. However, this has not been confirmed by police.

In their statement, DPD said the first male victim ‘was approached by a suspect(s) driving what is believed to be a dark colour car.  

‘The suspect, described as an adult Black male, exited his car armed with a firearm and began approaching the victim’s car. The victim exited his vehicle and began running southward on the freeway. 

‘The suspect chased the victim and fired multiple rounds striking him. In doing so, the suspect also struck an innocent bystander, an adult male, who was sitting in his vehicle.’

They added: ‘The first victim was transported to an area hospital where he died from his injuries. 

‘The second victim was also transported to an area hospital with injuries that does not appear to be life-threatening. The suspect remains at large.’ 

Mo3’s manager Benjamin Rainwater posted a tribute to the rapper on Instagram and wrote: ‘Everybody ain’t your Friend… Everybody ain’t your Potna you was My Brother!!!! #Trustory.’ 

Rainwater also shared a clip of Mo3 rapping lyrics which include: ‘Y’all talking to a dead man.’ 

Mo3, 28, was thought to have survived a shooting in December 2019 after he posted footage of his injury. 

The rapper is best known for collaborating with Boosie Badazz on the track Errybody (Remix). He also recorded three albums. 

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